From here I downloaded a
boot.img.gz, then I followed these instructions but the result is an USB dongle that is capable of booting the Debian installer, reading the
iso in it, but I got no kernel module, no Ethernet and basically I can't install anything with it because I can't go forward with the installation process or download anything from the internet.
I tried to burn the
iso directly to a CD, same result.
I don't get how I'm supposed to do this, what is the logic behind this cumbersome solution solution with this
iso + boot.img system without kernel modules.
I don't even get If I'm doing something wrong or what else is the problem.
In the end I'm interested in installing the current Debian testing, codename "Jessie", possibly via Wi-Fi ( I have a WPA2 PSK network ) but I have Ethernet too, using an USB dongle.